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  • Malin is flat-eyed, immensely powerful, hugely dangerous – "a creature of the Soviet", and a worthy opponent for Webster, a journalist turned investigator still haunted by the death of his friend Inessa in a Kazakh jail 10 years ago.

    An Agent of Deceit by Chris Morgan Jones – review

  • And it's a movie that, at its core, stands on one glaring false premise: Zuckerberg as a flat-eyed, borderline autistic, humorless guy, a consummate outsider who wanted badly to get into one of Harvard's "final" clubs, his considerable coding skills reduced to social awkwardness.

    Jose Antonio Vargas: The Social Disconnect -- How Hollywood Misread Facebook

  • "Given the flat-eyed, maneless aliens" precarious position directly in front of the Borokii line, their intentions were clear enough to every soldier of the Januul.

    The Cat is a Metaphor

  • It should only be used in those situations where someone has unheedingly and happily pushed conversation upon you, and should ideally be preceded by a four-to-five second flat-eyed stare.

    John Hodgman on "meh" -

  • I saw the flat-eyed monsters light crackling blue fires in metal cages where our brethren sizzled and crisped away into dust.

    FILIAL TIES • by Rumjhum Biswas

  • She could just pop into those huge machines these flat-eyed behemoths love to sit in when they travel, and that would be the last of her.

    FILIAL TIES • by Rumjhum Biswas

  • He gave me a flat-eyed look with a nice tightness to it.


  • It would have done, but the devil in him had been stirred by her slow, flat-eyed taking in of his appearance.

    The Playboy Boss's Chosen Bride

  • It revulsed her, as did the pressure of that flat-eyed stare.

    The Mad Ship

  • She looked Susan up and down with that same expression of flat-eyed contempt, then stood back.

    Wizard and Glass


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